Pastors and ministers are invited to a time of worship,study, dialogue, critical reflection and fellowship at Louisville Seminary's 2014 Black Church Studies Consultation September 2-3. This year's theme is The Black Church and the Continuing Fight for Civil Rights.
Nationally renowned author, pastor and civil rights advocate Rev. Dr. Freddie Haynes will preach at the consultation's opening worship service on Tuesday, September 2.
On Wednesday, September 3, Haynes will be joined by "Black Politics Today" host Kelly Mikel Williams and Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary doctoral student and hospital chaplain Rev. Kerri Allen to address the consultation's focus. Dr. Debra Mumford, Louisville Seminary's Frank H. Caldwell Associate Professor of Homiletics and associate dean for student academic affairs, will moderate the panel discussion.
A luncheon will take place at Gardencourt at Louisville Seminary following the panel discussion and will include a presentation by renowned author and biblical scholar Rev. Dr. Renita Weems.
All Black Church Studies Consultation programs are free, but registration is required.
For questions, please contact Dana Cormack at (502) 894-2291 or firstname.lastname@example.org